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Call centre work Auckland's top job pick
Call centre work Auckland's top job pick

Job ads for call centre staff in Auckland attracted the biggest number of applicants, according to online employment sites…

Fired? What to do now

Navigating job interview questions after being fired from a previous role can be tricky, but here are a few tips to help…

Tears flow at SkyCity meeting

A sobbing SkyCity Entertainment Group employee told hundreds of shareholders of the raw deal the company had dealt her after…

Shake-up for recruitment sector

In late 2009, after being made redundant and with a new baby at home, Jonathan Rice started his human resources business…

Knowing when it's time to quit
Knowing when it's time to quit

You're bored, you're underperforming; your working life feels like treadmill of dull dissatisfaction.

Tom O'Neil: Don't be afraid to make mistakes
Tom O'Neil: Don't be afraid to make mistakes

Welcome to my regular series entitled "My Light Bulb Moment".

Number of sole parents on benefits drops to record level
Number of sole parents on benefits drops to record level

New Zealand's roll call of sole parents on benefits has dropped again - this time to the lowest level in a quarter-century…

Scientist worked illegally in NZ
Scientist worked illegally in NZ

A British medical laboratory scientist worked illegally in New Zealand for five years at two labs without a valid practising…

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Mai Chen: Boss can't stop staff playing politics
Mai Chen: Boss can't stop staff playing politics

Now that the general election is over, employers will be breathing a sigh of relief that they have another…

Sex complaint pilot gets his job back

A pilot who lost his job after an accusation that he sexually harassed a flight attendant has won a legal battle to be reinstated…

Angela Hunter: How to keep good staff

One of the biggest concerns of fast-growing New Zealand businesses is how to give their people a sense of common purpose…

Guard fired over 'p****' insult reinstated

A Warehouse security officer who was sacked for allegedly calling a customer an "arrogant p****" has won her job back.

Manufacturing speeds up in September
Manufacturing speeds up in September

A barometer of manufacturing activity continues to point to fair weather for the sector. The BNZ-Business…

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